Under the shadow of the breakdown of another round of trade talks with western African trade bloc ECOWAS, the fourth annual EU-Africa summit wrapped up in Brussels last week.
As Nigeria’s economy is rocked by the fallout of accusations that the national oil company has stolen billions from federal accounts, the likelihood that the government will dig into oil accounts, as promised, looks dim.
Libya's banks are sitting on tens of billions in assets, but a broken financial system and political chaos mean the coffers are staying firmly locked.
“The key to long-term success is understanding that ultimately business success relies on similar principles everywhere.”
African banks must focus on risk management as growth quickens
New cities are being developed in Africa, but they don’t solve most people’s problems
The battle for talent in Africa is just beginning, a new report says, but do skilled diaspora lose out when moving home?
North Africa, a traditional laggard in Islamic finance, is opening its markets
As demand for formal retail space grows property developers up their game
British group accused by WWF of breaching OECD guidelines
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